The first-generation Suzuki Carry was launched in 1961. It was available under different names in several countries and was the only vehicle sold with Ford and Chevrolet badges.
In September 2019, Suzuki Philippines Incorporated released the 11th generation of this applauded working automobile. Worldwide, it is marketed as the Bedford Rascal in the United Kingdom, the GME Rascal in France, the Chevrolet CMV/CMP in Central America, the Holden Scurry in Australia, the Maruti Omni and Maruti Versa in India, etc.
For a commercial vehicle, the new Carry offers a very comfortable front cabin
The Suzuki Carry is designed to meet the needs of new and established businesses all across the globe. Its cargo bed has been engineered to be 75mm wider and 365mm longer than previous releases, allowing more space. Its height is low, making loading easier.
To secure your load, 22 rope hooks are strategically distributed around the entire rustproof cargo bed.
The Suzuki Carry Utility Van 1.5 GL 2020 measures 4,344mm long, 1,765mm, and 2,030mm wide. Other variants such as The Suzuki Carry Cab and Chassis 1.5L 2020 and the Suzuki Carry Truck 1.5L 2020 share the same dimension of 4,195mm long, 1,765mm wide, and a height of 1,910mm. The Suzuki Carry Cargo Van 1.5L 2020 has a length of 4,237mm, 1765mm width, and a height of 2,167mm.
All variants have a loading capacity of 940 kilograms with a wheelbase of 2,205mm.
The interior of the Suzuki Carry is dominated by black. The dashboard and panels are made from top of the line plastic materials.
Space is not a problem as this working vehicle is spacious. It offers extra space for your shoulder and head providing comfort to passengers. There is also a decent distance between the pedal for acceleration and the hip point, making long driving a breeze.
Technology & Safety Features
Platform & Chassis
This affordable, rear-wheel-drive commercial vehicle offers two to 14 seats depending on the variant. Its short wheelbase layout is ideal as it produces a good turning radius of 4.4 meters. Maneuvering in and out of narrow roads and challenging corners is easy as it doesn’t need to make a three-point turn.
Engine & Drivetrain
All variants of the Suzuki Carry are powered using a K158 1.5L L, four-cylinder gasoline engine. It can produce 96hp with a torque of 135 Nm.